Tame Impala’s music video for “The Less I Know The Better” is bananas. The surreal, possibly NSFW (depending on what your boss’ tolerance for depictions of oral sex is) short for their music video depicts a basketball player pining over his cheerleader ex while she gets busy with a basketball-playing gorilla named Trevor.
Mac is back. The internet’s favourite prop using rapper Mac Lethal has made another banger, spitting faster than a lizard drinking!
Adam Sandler’s “The Chanukah Song” continues to be an unofficial anthem for the Jewish Festival of Lights. Since 1994, Sandler has twice updated the track – in 1999 and 2002 – to include a new list of famous Jewish celebrities celebrating those “eight crazy nights.” After a 13-year layoff, Sandler premiered his latest version of the song, “The Chanukah Song Part 4,” at the New York Comedy Festival.
Seth Rogen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Anthony Mackie are currently out on the promotional circuit for their holiday comedy Night Before and this week that meant a stop on Sway in the Morning. As tends to happen on the a.m. radio show, the trio was all roped into freestyling live on-air, and the results were just about as awkward-yet-hilarious as you’d imagine.
California-bred lyrical titan A-F-R-O (aka All Flows Reach Out) debuts his first official music video, “Code #829″. Will this guy be a huge as the old school rappers he is inspired by?
This summer Skepta embarked on a sold out tour of East Coast America & Canada, culminating in a performance alongside Drake at the OVO fest in Toronto. Noisey were there throughout the trip to document this milestone in his career. What happened was very spiritual and very crunchy. Photos via New York City based music photographer Loren Wohl.
Great, this is now stuck in my head, but the video worked as I now have a compelling urge to buy a D6N and ride the f**k around in it. This different kind of marketing campaign is a refreshing change to the traditional approach in the often slow-to-evolve construction industry. Shout out to Slope Indicators, the greatest hype man on earth.
A lot of rappers have music videos that are based in prisons. This might be the first music video ever shot and produced from inside a prison. The song is called “I’m On” by inmates in South Carolina inside their prison cell. They sing “I’m on fire,” but it’s actually the song that’s fire. The South Carolina Department of Corrections weren’t as amused by it, however, as inmates should not have access to cell phones or the Internet. Damn, so much wasted talent in there.